The PHASES Differential Astrometry Data Archive. V. Candidate Substellar Companions to Binary Systems

@article{Muterspaugh2010ThePD,
  title={The PHASES Differential Astrometry Data Archive. V. Candidate Substellar Companions to Binary Systems},
  author={M. Muterspaugh and B. Lane and S. Kulkarni and M. Konacki and B. Burke and M. Colavita and M. Shao and W. Hartkopf and A. Boss and M. S. University and D. Laboratory and Caltech. and N. A. Torun and Mit and Jpl and Usno and Carnegie Dtm},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={140},
  pages={1657-1671}
}
The Palomar High-precision Astrometric Search for Exoplanet Systems monitored 51 subarcsecond binary systems to evaluate whether tertiary companions as small as Jovian planets orbited either the primary or secondary stars, perturbing their otherwise smooth Keplerian motions. Six binaries are presented that show evidence of substellar companions orbiting either the primary or secondary star. Of these six systems, the likelihoods of two of the detected perturbations to represent real objects are… Expand
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